Seeds of Change: Truett Plants His First Seeds – Organic Watermelon!

I’m hoping that Truett did not inherit my “thumb of death“, and instead, got his dad’s green thumb.  We have never planted seeds before but Truett was excited at the chance, especially when he found out they were watermelon seeds!  Seeds of Change sent us several packages of seeds; okra, squash, tomatoes and this fun Organic Watermelon Garden Starter Kit for kids.  I currently have some of those seeds growing as I type this and will share that later.

Here is little man planting his first seeds.  I’m a terrible camera person. Where’s a tripod when you need one?

Do you plant seeds? And do you get your kiddos involved? I’d love to hear about it and any tips you might have for us!

About Seeds of Change:

The country’s oldest organic seed provider, Seeds of Change, offers one of the industry’s largest selections of 100% Certified Organic vegetable, flower, and herb seeds.

Product Offerings
·         Largest selection of 100% Certified Organic vegetable, flower, and herb seeds sourced from a trusted network of organic farmers who share our commitment to sustainable agriculture.
·         Eco-friendly Garden Starter Kits make it easy to grow natural, nutritious food that tastes great, while helping support a more sustainable way of life.  Products available: Tomato Garden Starter Kit, Herb Garden Starter Kit
·         Eco-friendly Kids Garden Starter Kits help parents teach their kids where food comes from and how it is grown.  Products available: Pumpkin Kids Garden Starter Kit, Watermelon Kids Garden Starter Kit, Carrots & Lettuce Kids Garden Starter Kit

Community Programs
Seeds of Change donates 1% of our net sales to support and develop sustainable community based gardening programs.  In 2012, Seeds of Change proudly announces the “Sowing Millions, Growing Minds” initiative.  Seeds of Change is awarding schools (grades K-8) nationwide 25 million organic seeds to support and encourage sowing and growing organic gardens.  This program will be announced on 4/24/12 at the spring opening of the Edible Gardens at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago.  Seeds of Change will be hosting a hands-on gardening event with Edible Gardens founder & master gardener Jeanne Pinsof Nolan and children from a local elementary school.


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  1. says

    Oh he is cute! And you were smart to do this outside. See, I totally would have done this on the kitchen table and then remember that kids are messy and have potting soil all over my kitchen. :P

    Maybe if they grow you can attempt the square shaped watermelons.